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Publisher's Summary

The Book of the Law is the foundational text of Thelema. It was written down as it was dictated to Aleister Crowley over three days in April 1904.

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The darkest channeling I've read yet...

Very interesting and thought provoking. An important part of esoteric history... but be warned this is a read only for those seeking the darkness, or for those who have enough light and understanding to listen comfortably in search of knowledge and perspective.

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Waste of time

This book is so dark. I didn't enjoy listening to it at all. Aleister Crowley has issues.

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The last rule of the law is don’t discuss the rule of law

I am on a journey of spiritual learning and growth. I came across a group of Thelemites and was interested in learning more. While I found some very interesting and helpful items in this comparatively short scripture, there were also parts that I fundamentally disagree with on the surface. Be this as it may, I will withhold my final judgement until I can learn more of the deeper hidden meanings. As a stand-alone work I would not suggest this book. As a part of a larger story along with other learning or deeper dive I’m still hopeful that it will blossom like a late flower.

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Nothing Resonated

I listened to it one time and there was nothing that actually got my attention even listening to it passively. I may listen once more but it could have been the way that it is read that makes the difference.

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Awesome

I very much enjoy reading books that are not the normal and those that deviate from the mundane. This book is extremely fascinating.

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A great book

This was a really great I really enjoyed it. You should really purchase it you will not be disappointed

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extremely overrated, mostly giberish.

Narrator sounds like he is trying to tell a halloween tale I struggled to get through this. I may have enjoyed it if I read the book myself.

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Boring Reading but Clear

Ridiculously funny introduction for a book of terrible poetry. The reading has nothing to it.

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  • Stephen Wilshaw
  • 05-02-20

Utterly dreadful narration!

Truly fascinating book, mard by utterly dreadful narration. My Google translate would have done a better job and sounded more human. Come on Audible, when are you going to start checking the the narration quality before you release books?